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Mental Health Resources 

Understanding Depression & Anxiety  


Feeling sad, bummed out, nervous or worried are completely normal emotions for you to feel from time to time. When you start to feel like this too often for too long, that's when you should consider getting help to get back on track and feeling like yourself again.


Taking the first step to find help can be hard. It takes an incredible amount of courage to admit that you have a problem, and that you need help. We all need help sometimes - there is absolutely no shame in that. Mental illness is just that, an illness - NOT a weakness. 

If you're ready to find help, or even if you just want to learn more, I've put together some resources specifically for young people like you. 

Mental Health Help 

If you or someone you know is in crisis, please go to your nearest Emergency room, call 911 or tell a trusted Adult.

You are not alone - There is Help

Emergency/Crisis Services

Kids Help Phone : 1 (800) 668 6868


Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention - crisis hotline listings by province 


View the following PDF for additional crisis contacts & services. 

Mental Health Education

Want to know more about mental illness ? Click on the text below to be re-directed to additional resources.

Student-Athlete Mental Health Initiative (SAMHI)


Mind Your Mind

Half of Us


Mental Health Academy